Tiberghien is an independent tax boutique law firm specializing in all domains of taxation, advising corporate, private and institutional clients. We provide advice, mediation, negotiation and litigation services in tax and related legal practice areas.
Our tax & legal insights are substantiated with economic advice provided by economic consultancy firm Tiberghien economics, offering services in transfer pricing, valuations, business modelling and legal economics.
The specialty of Tiberghien lies in an integrated, multidisciplinary, 360° service oriented approach on the intersection of corporate tax and estate planning, both in a national and international context. Considering the scale and level of specialization of our team, we are able to treat all domains of tax in great depth.
Our special position on the market is well-known and highly appreciated and attracts a diverse clientele in a wide range of industries. Tiberghien heavily invests in a client centered approach and in building long term relationships. In more than 75 % of all cases clients rely on our services for multiple years.
Dialogue and trust are key to us. Dialogue between theory and practice, lawyer and client, citizen and public authority. Dialogue between fiscal matters and related areas. Dialogue between rich tradition and the challenges of today. We stand for transparency and authenticity. We put our experiences and expertise together with yours. We advise and support you along the path you or your company takes. What is important to you, is our inspiration, making it possible to grow together.
Finally, faithful to the legacy of Albert Tiberghien, the founding father of tax law in Belgium, and inspired by the academic assignments of several of its lawyers, the firm intensively invests in academic contributions, the most reputed of these being the “Tiberghien Tax Law Manual”, which is published annually. This manual covers all taxes in Belgium, federal and regional, and also addresses international taxation on almost 2000 pages. ‘The Tiberghien’, as the manual is usually called, is a reference work on tax law since 1955, and Courts regularly refer to it in their judgements.